Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)
- Class of 1970
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1 K iHHHHI - Um - ■) 6 MULVANE HS MEDIA CENTER 1900 N. Rock Rd. Mulvane, Kansas 67110 Fnnl.il in L S I NATIONAL 1. DRAFT LOTTERY - The first draft lottery in 27 years was field on December 1st, at Selective Service fieadquarters in Washington. Capsules containing days of the year were picked one by one to set the order for the next year ' s draft. 2. AN OSCAR FOR HER FIRST IVIOVIE - Barbra Streisand won an Oscar for her performance in " Funny Girl. " She and Katherine Hepburn were named year ' s best actresses . 3. A NEW DAWN FOR PEACE - Every conceivable type of demonstration occurred on Vietnam H loratorium Day in October. In Lincoln, Massachusetts, the townsfolk gathered for an interfaith sunrise service 4. TOWNSFOLK WATCH ' EV COME HOME - A hearse bearing the body of the late Senator Everett M. Dirksen moves through Pekin. Illinois enroute to the cemetery. 5. INDIANAPOLIS 500 - Mario Andretti receives congratula- tions from car owner Granatelli for his record speed of 160.218 MPH in the 500 mile race. Andretti ' s face still bears the marks of burns received in a crash and fire dur- ing time trials. (May, ' 69) 6. TIPTOEING THROUGH THE TULIPS - Tiny Tim Khaury and his 17-year-old bride, the former Victoria Budinger, pose on the stage of the Johnny Carson show in New York City. The couple was married on the program «. «inrv .t? .TTrK.T ar-MxiTT »»i 7, HURRICANE CAMILLE — Five persons await rescue on rail tracks between Gulfport and New Orleans after winds tiad lifted ttieir house, KENNEDY ' S ATTEND FUNERAL - Sen, Edward M, Kennedy follows tiis wife, Joan into St, Vincent ' s ctiurch in Plym- outh, Pennsylvania, to attend funeral service for Mary fo Kopechne, Miss Kopechne died in an airto mishap from which Sen, Kennedy escaped. (July. ' 69) 9 MISS AMERICA - Pamela Anne Eldred, 21-year-old Detroit College Senior was crowned Miss America for 1970 in At- lantic City, (Sept, ' 69) 10. ROSES FOR MAJESTIC PRINCE - Jockey Bill Hartack helps to raise blanket of roses atop Maiestic Prince after they won the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs Owner Frank McMahon is at right. 11 UNDERDOGS BECOME TOP DOGS - The New York Mets, and their fans, whoop it up after becoming the baseball champions of the world, (Oct. ' 69) 12 HIGH TRIBUNAL HAPPENINGS - Abe Fortas, BACK ROW, LEFT, resigned under fire during 1969. Chief Justice Earl Warren, FRONT ROW, CENTER, was succeeded by Warren Burger. FOR REFERENCE ,, PI, FROM THE ROOM OT TO BE TAKEN t ,.,., i THE 1970 WILDCAT MULVANE HIGH SCHOOL IRA HALL Vice President BEN HARGROVE KENNETH TEFFT ROY COLEMAN President J. B. TARR SCHOOL BOARD U.S.D. 263 The students of the Mulvane school system thank the school board for patiently listening to all of our opinions and for creating a school with interests and values of which we are proud. We want you to realize that the hours you spend in school service are greatly appreciated. X. J ' CHARLES -A ' . GIBSON, Clerk GARLAND BELL EUGENE PARSER l IS CHARLES A. GIBSON, Superintendent Mr. Gibson and Trudy BETTER EDUCATION THROUGH EXCELLENT LEADERSHIP Charles Gibson, Superintendent of Schools, administers the local system, maintains and supervises the staff, explores curriculum changes and makes recommendations to the board. He is enthusiatic sports fan and is known for a delightful sense of humor. His oldest daughter, Trudy, is a cheerleader, member of The National Honor Society, Kayettes and Quill Type. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson and their two daughters Trudy and Kathy live at llUl Joanne. Their son, Steve is presently serving in Vietnam. Mr. Gibson and Mrs. Betty Boren, his secretary, work long hours. Joan McKinney and Jean Shaw are capable, efficient and cooperative secretaries. BUSY PRINCIPAL KEEPS LINES OF COMMUNICATION OPEN Lyle Couch plays a vital part in the administration of Mulvane High School where he has been principal for seven years. His knowledge, his capability and his interest in educa- tion and the community help provide the outstanding educational program in Mid vane. Mr. Couch was graduated from Northwestern College in Alva, Oklahoma, with a B. S. , and obtained his Masters from Wichita State University. He resides at 628 North First Street in Mulvane with his wife Gayle, and their children Rhonda, Cheryl and Kyle. MULVANE FACULTY RONALD AD KINS Counselor Mi It t M JEAN BOD WELL Librarian DENNIS CAVALIER Social Science PLAZEL CRAIG Home Economics 1 JOHN FRY English II ROBERT GLASER Mathematics Science LINDA BORGELT Business JAMES DAVIE Boy ' s P. E. -mmj JAMES HARRIS Social Science JEANETTE McNEAL Girl ' s P. E. Science JERRY NELSON Social Science WILLL M PARKER Mathematics ROBERT BURDETTE Industrial Arts MERNA BUTTERWORTH Foreign Languages BILL FAIRCHILD GALE FLEMING Driver ' s Education Home Economics iiSJ y ADA JAAX English IV -J ' g ' ! H I T j . Ik TED POWERS Band irk JOE JOHNSON Science ROBERT SCHRELNER Industrial Arts JANIE SHELDON MICHAEL FRANCIS SHOUP WARREN JERRY WEBSTER English III SHELDO N Vocational TOWNS END Commerce Speech Agriculture Vocal Music Porter Richards and Ben Kopsa, custodians. BUS DRIVERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Young, Mrs. West, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Clasen, Mr. Venn, Mrs. Waller, Mr. Hinds, Mrs. Young, Mr. Ramsey, Mrs. BrowTi, Mr. Nichols, Mr. Wing. THE MOST HELPFUL PERSONS IN SCHOOL Throughout the year our cus- todians, cooks, and bus drivers provide a variety of services for our school. Little do the students know all it takes to keep dear old MHS running. These wonderful people replace Venetian blind cords, keep our diet well-bal- anced, and provide bits of wisdom after a trying day in the class- room. For all the things they do for us, little and big, we dedi- cate this page. Mrs. Sumpter, Charlene Schwab and Mrs. Bowen serve Diane Johnson with smiles and good food. JOHN KELSO KARIN KESSINGER DORCAS KIGHT fl t VAUGHN HUMBOLT JEAN HUMPHREY DIANA JOHNSON RON JONES SYLVIA KEES STEPHANIE KELLOUGH JOHN KNIGHT DEBBIE KRAUS DAVID LANGLOIS RAYLANGLOIS. LYNETTHE WILDER RITA WILSON JERRY WILSON JEANNE WRIGHT DEBBIE YOUNG NORMA YOUNG m,is Don Albert Zoe Albers Mark Alvarez Mike Alverson Terry Antle Mo Hie Armstrong Kenneth Ayers Lynne Bales John Baringer Galen Barnes Jeff Barton David Bodine Becky Boyd Becky Bradfield Roger Branine Sherri Burns Mike Butcher Ron Butcher Vera Butcher Carol Butts Mike Campbell Jolm Carney Debbie Carr Sharon Chrietzberg Kirk Church Ed Clasen Darell Cook Dan Cowel Gene Crow Ron Crow Randy Cummins Randy Daily Beth Davis Lollie Day Gary DeHaven Clark Denney Alice Elstun Rick Farber, Kathy Garrett Steve Grieve Grace Gunnels Kathy Hale Debbie Hamilton Mark Hardison Del Hargrove Linda Hembroff Dan Herpolsheimer Roy Herrman Leslie Hess Gary Howell Dale Hukle Marsha Humbolt Claude Jenkins Don Jones Dennis Judstra Paula Keely Marsha Kerley Tom Kemp Joyce Kimble Richard Klopfenstein f ' ' ' M ' f J 1 Kathy Kraft Susan Labbe Craig Levering Chuck Lindsay Patti Long Robin Longnecker James Loshesky Steve Love Ray Lyon Mary McCain Kathy McDowell Mitch McKee Mike Mclntyre LeeRoy Melton Charles Michael Gary Millen Elizabeth Miller Barbara Morgan Marci Morgan Steve Moses Max Nichols Buz Nye Larry Parker Sandra Patten Sharon Phillips ' r Ronnie Pierson David Pottorff Rex Pyeatt LaRell Ralstin Karen Reder Eddie Redmon Juanilu Reekie Rose Mary Rigney Eugene Rikli Stan Riney Steve Rivera Norlen Roberts Phillip Roney Ami Sargeant Beth Schroeder Darla Schuessler Mike Schultz Lark Scott Mike Shephard Gary Showalter Mary Simon Tony Slavens Debbie Smith Eric Smith Rick Snider Danny Snyder Cheryl Stagner WayTie Stauffer Joe Stites Curtis Stoffel Melvin Straitt Don Struble Grace Stunkel Donni Taylor Shirley Taylor Billy Tharp Helen Thomas Vemeita Thompson Don Titus Kathy Van Sickel Marcella Ward Linda Wayman Jack Wessels Carol Wharton Craig White Mike Winn Mike Wirths Steve Wright Lynda Wright Romolo Yacconi JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: STANDING: Chuck Lindsay, Mike Campbell, Mrs. Butterworth, Mr. Cavalier, Mr. Glaser, Mr. Bur- dette; SEATED; Dale Hukle, Marci Morgan, Kathy Hale, Becky Bradfield . Tfmis Tim Anderson Sherry Armstrong Bill Arnold Paula Arnold Steve Barber Carl Beaver Learme Bible Matt Booth Ricky Boyd Steve Butts Pam Carr Ed Carter Paula Cherry Kathy Clasen Cindy Coville Terry Craij; ilerrv Crawlordj Larry Dame Linda Dody Denise Dorey Scott Douglas Rlionda Duke Gick Fleming Mark Fleming Terry FUnn Kathy . Bi Marie M BL, Vikki Guffey Mike Harvey Cindy Flelferstay Cheryl Henderson Alice Hein LuWana Hendn- Tom Herpolsheimer Deloris Hess Cindy Hill Steve Hukle David Humbolt Lilly Humbolt Janet Huss Jim Ingham Tracy Jordan Scott Keely David Kerley Kathi Right Carol Kincaid Rick Kline Doug Klopfenstein Connie Larabee Kris Layton Mike Lindsay Dwight Long Gayla Loshesky Rhonda Lynch Brenda McDonald Pat McGuire Faith McKnight Deena Miller Marilyn Miller Ricky Milk LeCena Miner Jimmie Moore Pam Morgan Don Nelson Jerry Niblack Rhonda Nix Carol Norland Debbie Ott Merrill Parker Teresa Pippin Shelda Pyeatt Barbara Redinger Janice Reekie Janet Rhynard Merisue Riney Mickey Rinker Socorro Rios Steve Roberson Deborah Schwab Cinde Senter Sonie Senter Dallas Shea David Sisco Kathy Smith Leonard Sinith Marcia Smith Kenny Snow Dennis Snyder WayTie Speer Trudy Steadman Dan Strobel Evomie Stunkel Lavonna Sutterfield Brenda Tan- Mary Teft Karla Tharp Debra Thomas Jay Thomas Alice Thompson Charles Thompson Juanita Titus Marta Traugott Leo Waggoner Dale Waller Steve Ward Karen Watkins Kris Wedel Nancy Wells Janell Wliite Ricky Young Nikki Zwijacz li ' «-. ' ' M.-J ' 1-i ' J ' . Qiiill Type: TOP ROW: G. Stunkel, M. Winn, R. Farber, D. Kraus, S. Heersche, S. Flinn, J. Humphrey, M. Nichols, L. Scott, T. Kemp, B. Wedel, R. Sumpter, S. Watkins, M. Campbell. MIDDLE ROW: M. Humbolt, C. Rock, M. Morgan, K. Hale, L. Bales, C. Butts, L. Hembroff, C. Ceilings, T. Gibson, S. Call, T. Blu- menshine. FRONT ROW: G. Ayers, M. McKee, D. Hukle, S. Riney, D. Brauser, S. Nichols, T. Hill, P. Ron- ey, D. Selly. QUILL TYPE KEEPS SPIRIT MOVING Quill Type is the service organization of our school. It consists of juniors and seniors with new members vot- ed in from the sophomore class by the old members. Activities of Quill Type include making posters for ath- letic events and selling tickets for various school fimc- tions. This year. Quill Type members had a picnic at Riverside Park. Under the sponsorship of Miss Borgelt and Mr. Adkins, and the presidency of Ted Hill, the Quill Type has kept its fine record of service to the school. IBL I IfflUBIffliiHB J KA " ETTE BOARD: BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Humphrey, President; Miss Bodwell, Librarian; P. Cherry, N. Wells, L. Bible, F. McKnight, T. Blumenshine. SEATED: C. Rock, B. Schroeder, J. Huss, A. Harvey, L, Ralston, C. CoUings, K. Watkins. KAYETTES PROVIDE SERVICE AND FUN Serving the nation, the community, and the school is the main objective of the Kayettes. This year the Kayettes, sponsored by Miss Bodwell, have been active throughout the year with various projects. The Kayettes declared a " Be Kind to Hungry Americans " Week and raised $60 for the hungry people of America; later Kayettes sponsored a Rabbit Raffle. In November, the four Kayette officers Jean Humphrey, President; Trice Blumenshine, Vice-Presi- dent; Arme Harvey, Secretary; and Beth Shroeder, Treasurer; attended the Kayette District Conference at El Dorado and obtained many valuable ideas for the further success of Kayettes. The Kayettes have worked very diligently all year, and have accomplished a great deal. i. % O o r X X TOP ROW: S. Patten, S. Burns, H. Thomas, M. Simon, D. Taylor, D. Niblack, P. Long, M. Smith. ROW 6: M. Teft, M. Riney, C. Kincaid, J. Reekie, K. Tharp, K. Clasen, L. Humbolt, L. Ralstin, K. Garrett, B. Redinger, N. Zwijacz, E. Sumkel, S. Center. ROW 5: M. McCain, N. Roberts, J. Kimble, K. Kessinger, K. Hink, K. Brown, V. Rogers, R. Duke, L. Bible, D. Miller, T. Steadman, P. Morgan, J. White, M. Miller. ROW 4: C. Butts, K. Hale, S. Phillips, D. Smith, L. Day, J. Reekie, B. Davis, M. Humbolt, S. Call, T. Gibson, C. Ceilings, A. Harvey, B. Melcher, J. Grother. ROW 3: R. Longnecker, M. Morgan, S. Taylor, D. Hamilton, B. Bradfield, M. Kerley, S. Reekie, M. Masters, S. Kellough, G. Stunkel, C. WTiarton, K. Reder. ROW 2: L. Hembroff, B. Shroeder, J. Humphrey, C. Rock, J. Huss, J. Hewlett, B. Wedel, D. Kraus, S. Labbe, L. Sargeant, P. Keely, P. Heniiess. ROW 1: T. Blumenshine, C. Schwab, P. Cherry, S. Armstrong, C. Coville, G. Loshesky, K. Watkins, F. McKnight, N. Wells, K. La ton, K. Wedel, D. Ott, P. Carr, C. Henderson. -I D 5 Kay Club KAY CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD: TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Farber, G. Ayers, J. Thomas, D. Hargrove, S. Cobb, D. Brauser, S. Fagan. MIDDLE ROW: B. Tharp, P. Roney, T. Hill, C. Levering, J. Carney, T. Craig. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Nel- son, Sponsor; R. Sumpter, President; M. McKee, Vice-President; R. Farber, Treasurer; S. Watkins, Student Council Representative; M. Campbell, Secretary; Mr. Burdette, Sponsor. KAYS FIND FRIENDSHIP THROUGH SERVICE Kansas Association for Youth is the service organization designed to let every Mulvane High School boy participate. The motto is " Today for Tomorrow, " which is put to prac- tice by the service projects designed to better the commun- ity, country, and world. The club members also find friendship and satisfaction through working together for the common good of others. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Nelson and Mr. Burdette, club members have painted the teacher ' s lounge, cleaned the school grounds, and sponsored several outstanding assemblies such as the one on narcotic addiction. Ray Sumpter was president. K-Club: TOP ROW: S. Barber, C.Denny, G. Showalter, S. Hukle, L. Dame, T. Flinn, S. Butts, D. Nelson, J. Thomas, T. Craig, M. Parker, C. Beaver. 4th ROW ' : S. Wright, M. Straight, B. Tharp, J. Carney, G. DeHaven, D. Hukle, S. Riney, R. Farber, D. Hargrove, J. Stites, R. Pearson, M. Winn. 3rd ROW: G. Crow, M. Cambell, Z. Albers, E. Classen, G. Barnes, J. Wessels, D. Jones, C. Levering, M. Hardison, M. McKee, L. Parker. 2nd ROW: F. Tefft, D. Selly, J. Whitley, G. Ayers, B. Farber, S. Cobb, R. Brush, P. Roney, M. Wirths, Jerry Nelson, Bob Burdette, Sponsors. BOTTOM ROW: J. Crawford, D. Brauser, S. Heersche, R. Wharry, T. Hill, S. Nichols, F. Carson, S. Watkins, S. Fagan, R. Sumpter, R. Rico, S. Flinn. X m - :r ■niiniEi •3 - . CHANbb RA«LJ MMoB liKc V C - HQilDTt I WANT YOUR VOTE FOR DEL for 5TU-C0 . RESIDENT s T U C O LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK ROW: S. Hutde, T. Hill, M. McKee, D. l ight. MIDDLE ROW: S. Heersche, M. Smith, A. Harvey, K. Hale, S. Watkins, M. Campbell, C. Norland, T. Blumenshine, ]. Humpluey. SITTING: Mr. Parker, Sponsor, B. Wedel, G. Ayers, L. Scott, D. Hargrove, ]. Wright, l ' Ir. Faircliild, Sponsor. STUCO KEEPS OUR SCHOOL PROGRESSIVE The student council is a group of students elected from tlie clubs and organizations of tlie school. The greatest advantage of this group is that it can act as a voice of the students and thus, students, teachers, principals and school board members can more easily understand the needs of one another. Meetings are held each week, are open to interested students, and minutes of the meetings are posted on the bulletin board in the hall. Activities of this year ' s student council include revising the constitution, planning several school dances each witli a live band, and participation in Intra- League Exchange Day. Mr. Parker and Mr. Fairchild are sponsors; Beckie Wedel is president. STUCO OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Beckie Wedel, President; Mr. Parker, Sponsor; Gary Ayers, Vice-President; Lark Scott, Secretary; Del Hargrove, Treasurer; Mr. Fairchild, Sponsor. BECKIE WEDEL SPONSORS PARKER AND FAIRCHILD FHA: TOP ROW -- T. Blumenshine, C. Coville, M. Tefft, M. Riney, S. Pyeatt, K. Tharp, B. Melcher, C. Rock, K. Kessinger, J. Wright. 3rd ROW -- B. Tarr, C. Norland, S. Phillips, D. Smith, J. Howlett, K. Kight, D. Kight, V. Rodgers, D. Carr, B. Bradfield, Mrs. Craig. 2iid ROW -- S. Burns, D. Burns, D. Johnson, K. Standley, K. Clark, A. Price, K. Hink, P. Henness, D. Smith, S. Reekie, S. Kellough. BOTTOM -- S. Patten, D. Dorey, L. Sutterfield, D. Young, D. Steadman, P. Dorey, S. Hartley, G. Terrell, S. Kees. F.H.A FUTURE HOMEMAKERS ENJOY GOOD TIMES Perhaps the most active club this year was FHA. Members were kept busy with such activities as a style show, district conference at Derby, going to see " Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, " many interesting meet- ings, selling candy and brag books, and a trip to Topeka for the State Convention. Mrs. Craig was sponsor of FHA for the first of tlie year, then Mrs. Fleming replaced her after her retirement. FHA STYLE SHOW FFA FFA BOARD: Mr. Shoup, Sponsor; S. Heersche, R. Farber, R. Rico, M. Hardison, S. Flinn, J. Wessels. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America or- ganization at MiJvane offers many interesting opportunities for the boys in Mulvane Fligh School. FFA not only prepares its members for a career in agriculture but teaches them coopera- tion, leadership, and citizenship. Activ- ities of the year include electing Stevie Kellough as the FFA Sweetheart, partci- pating in the District Public Speaking Contest, and attending the State FFA Convention at Manhattan where Steve Butts and Don Nelson were voting delegates. Early in the year, the FFA members held a Watermelon Feed and Covered- Dish Supper in honor of the greenhands. Men faculty were in dted to the FFA Hamburger Fry, and Chapter members and their mothers served din- ner at a farm sale. Mrs. Wharry and Richard entertained the FFA meinbers at the 7 a.m. breakfast in the fall, and in the spring, Mr. Shoup hosted the FFA members at a 7 a.m. breakfast. The highlight of the year was the Parent-Son Banquet at which the boys presented the program. BACK ROW: J. Wessels, S. Hukle, M. Hardison, R. Rico, R. Farber, S. Flinn. FRONT ROW: S. Butts, S. Heerche, S. Kellough, R. Wharr -. FFA: TOP ROW: T. Anderson, R. Pyeatt, M. Wirths, P. McGuire, W. Spear, M. Parker, D. Nelson, C. Den- ney, G. DeHaven, S. Moses, A. Brown. MIDDLE ROW: S. Kellough, R. Wharry, S. Hukle, V. Humbolt, E. Redinger, R. Pierson, T. Flinn, S. Butts, G. Fleming, L. Smith, D. Kerley, D. Humbolt. BOTTOM ROW: J. Whitley, H. Humbolt, S. Flinn, R. Rico, R. Farber, M. Hardison, J. Wessels, S. Heersche, M. Schultz. Jim Davie, football and ass ' t track coach; Jerry Webster, athletic director, ass ' t football coach; Jim Harris, basketball and cross covmtry; Denny Cavalier, track, ass ' t football and basketball. M CLUB OFFICERS: LEFT TO RIGHT-- Steve Nichols, President; Richard Rico, Vice President; Rick Farber, Sec-Treas. ; Mitch McKee, Student Council. M ' CLUB =GREEN PRIDE The Mulvane Letteiman ' s Club of 1970 was one of building and reform. Through a program of increased discipline tlie M- Club of 1970 emerged a stronger part of the atliletic program. The year was highlighted by a football trip to K. U. a basketball trip to W. S. U. , and a party featuring films of the K. U. -M. U. football game. Through the leadership provided by the upperclassmen and Coaches Harris, Davie, Webster, Cavalier, a strengthened M-Club will again set the standards for 1971. L. TOR., TOP ROW: Mr. Harris, Mr. Cavalier, L. Smith, T. Herpolsheimer, S. Roberson, J. Thomas, G. DeHaven. 5th ROW: Mr. Davie, Mr. Webster, J. Crawford, T. Hill, M. Hardison, G. Crow. 4th ROW: R. Sumpter, P. Roney, D. Hukle, R. Herrman. 3rd ROW: B. Nye, R. Rico, R. Daily, C. Levering. 2nd ROW: J. Ward, S. Heersche, J. Barton, M. Winn. BOTTOM ROW: D. Brauser, S. Nichols, L. Parker, M. McKee, R. Farber. r :!: ' 1 j: p E P C L U B PEP CLUB, TOP ROW: L. Bible, K. Watkins, C. Loshesky, N. Wells, S. Scnter, E. Stun ' kel, C. Norland, B. Tarr, D. Schwab, K. Wedel, D. Ott, P. Carr, C. Senter, K. Layton. SIXTH ROW: F. Mclsjiight, C. Hender- son, P. Arnold, R. Duke, C. Hill, M. Humbolt, B. Davis, L. Day, M. Simon, S. Armstrong, C. Coville, M. Tefft, M. Riney, L. Dody. FIFTH ROW: C. Funk, C. Helferstay, C. Kincaid, S. Rios, K. Tharp, J. Titus, K. Kight, L. Miner, D. Smith, J. Huss, D. Steadman, D. Young, K. Buchanan, K. Brown. FOURTH ROW: T. Blumenshine, S. Patten, M. Grieve, R. Lynch, S. Pyeatt, B. Melcher, D. Kraus, D. Miller, M. Traugott, T. Steadman, J. White, P. Morgan, M. Miller. THIRD ROW: ]. Humphrey, B. Wedel, C. Collings, L. Bales, A. Sargeant, M. Kerley, V. Thompson, B. Bradfield, A. Hein, T. Pippin, D. Dorey, R. Nix, J. Kimble. SECOND ROW: Mr. Johnson, Sponsor, C. Butts, C. Hale, R. Longnecker, M. Morgan, P. Henness, S. Labbc, L. Scott, B. Schroeder, C. Stagner, C. Wharton, K. Reder, Mrs. McNeal, Sponsor. BOTTOM ROW: S. Phillips, C. Schwab, A. Harvey, E. Miller. PEP CLUB: THE SPIRIT OF MHS A TEAM CHEERLEADERS: S. Call, Gibson, C. Rock, L. Hembroff. G. Stunkel, T. B TEAM CHEERLEADERS: C. Senter, K. Layton, E. Stunkel, K. Wedel, S. Senter. Once again this year, the Pep Club girls have been the backbone of the support given by Mulvane students. Cheering at football and basketball games, the Pep Club, with the help of ht. Johnson, A iss McNeal, and Mulvane ' s fine cheerleaders, provided the spirit and entliusiasm necessary for a proud, win- ning team. Pep Club activities also included con- cessions and the crowning of royalty. Tlieir time and voice support is very much a part of wildcat spirit. Anne Harvey was the very competent president of the green and white girls. OFFICERS: 1ST ROW--S. Phillips, E. Miller, A. Harvey, C. Schwab, P. Henness. 2ND ROW--E. Stunkel, R. Longnecker, Mr. ' Johnson, sponsor, Mrs. McNeal, sponsor, F. Mclvnight, T. Gibson. |4lli f.€ -;.r if. " ' ?r l. i N SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PROVIDE LEADERSHIP The 1970 graduating class has an out- standing record of achievement in scholar- sliip, atliletics, music and debate. The seniors have difficulty waiting imtil the great day of graduation but at the same time they have feelings of nostalgia (shades of senior English ! ) SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: STANDING: F. Carson, Vice pres. ; M. Smith, and T. Blumenshine, Stuco representa- tives. SITTING: S. Call, Sec; S. Fagan, Pres.; D. Selley, treasurer. Mr. Nelson, Nlr. Webster, fvlrs. Sheldon are sponsors. THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY RECOGNIZES EXCELLENCE The Wildcat Chapter of the National Honor Society was formed to create an entliusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in students of MHS. A B average or better is required for admission. Pepper Rodgers, the KU football coach, spoke during the all-school assembly dtiring which new members were installed. The NHS offi- cers, Shelley Call, Trice Blumenshine, Jeanne Wright, Bob Farber and Dan Brauser were in charge of the parent- student tea. Mrs. Jaax and Mr. Adkins are sponsors. HONOR SOCIETY, TOP ROW: R. Sumpter, G. Crow, C. Stoffel, G. Barnes, J. Baringer, B. Bergmann, S. Cobb, M. Smitli, ]. Carney, D. Selley, S. Wright, C. Levering, M. Mclntyre. SECOND ROW: L. Bales, Mrs. Jaax, S. Phillips J. Kimble, D. Young, D. Carr, K. Kessinger, K. Hink, J. A. Humphrey, A. Harvey, B. Wedel, V. Thompson, B. Bradfield, K. Garrett, M. Kerley, C. Stagner, T. Gibson, Mr. Adkins. BOTTOM ROW: K. Reder, C. Rock, M. Campbell, S. Fagan, D. Brauser, J. Wright, S. Call, B. Farber, T. Blumei shine, D. HuHe, G Aysrs, F. Tefft. .« fi 1 mm 41 ' r . ' Vf THE LIBRARIANS ARE VALUABLE ASSETS TO SCHOOL Tlie librarians of Mulvane High School are a dedicated group of girls. With the help and direction of Miss Jean Bodwell, the librarians carry out their daily tasks of checking in and out library books, mending, collecting fines, and generally keeping our library in good condition. We owe a debt of gratitude to our librarians. They are a valuable asset to our school. LIBRARIANS: L. TO R. : T. Blumenshine, J. Hewlett, D. Hamilton, R. Rigney. lor, M. McCain, A. Price, S. Patton, R. Wilson, J. Bodwell, librarian. J. White, S. Patton, S. Tay- WILDCAT ANNUAL STAFF WORKS LONG HOURS ANNUAL STAFF: L. TO R. : Steve Fagan, co-editor, T. Blumenshine, co-editor, S. Watkins, M. Masters, J. Humphrey, J. Wright, D. Selley, A. Price, T. Hill, K. Kessinger, C. Collings, D. Right, V. Rogers, c! Schwab, K. Hink, J. Wilson, S. Lynch. .- WSWr WISv , ill Jr. -Sr. Mixed Chonas: TOP ROW: Mr. Townsend, D. McKnight, V. Thompson, V. Riney, T. Blumenshine, J. Humphrey, C. Hargrove, G. Ayers, M. Smith, J. Crawford, D. Hukle, K. Hink, J. Wright, B. Wedel, E. Miller, S. Phillips, L. Scott. 3rd ROW: L. Wilder, K. Kraft, D. Kraus, G. Stunkel, L. Hembroff, G. Barnes, P. Roney, J. Wilson, M. Winn, R. Jones, R. Farber, B. Morgan, S. Burns, M. Kerley, L. Ralston, K. Gar- rett, C. Butts. 2nd ROW: S. Labbe, D. Schuessler, A. Sargeant, L. Bales, P. Keely, S. Cobb, B. Farber, S. Wright, J. Whitley, S. Nichols, A. Harvey, C. Ceilings, T. Gibson, D. Hamilton. BOTTOM ROW: H, Thomas, K. Reder, S. Call, M. Morgan, K. Hale, J. Baringer, J. Carney, K. Church, S. Heersche, L. Parker, M. Mc- Kee, R. Longnecker, C. Wharton, B. Schroeder, M. Miller, J. Hewlett, B. Bradfield. VOCAL GROUPS HAD EXCEPTIONAL RATINGS Under the direction of 4 . Warren Townsend, the vocal department this year was active in concerts at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and a special program at the junior high. Graduation ceremonies in- cluded selections by the Jr.-Sr. Mixed Chorus. The vocal groups and Mr. Town- send have spent many hours in practice and as a result received high ratings at the State and League Music Festivals. Gary Ayers, Carol Butts, Carol Norland, Beckie Wedel, and Nansi Wells were kept busy as the accompanists of the vocal grdups and en- sembles. We thank them for their time and patience. And now, a word from our spon- sor. . . Mr. T. , " This was a very successful year. Many fine seniors participated in the various groups. " (Thank you, Mr. Townsend ! ) Sophomore Mixed Choms: TOP ROW: Mr. Townsend, F. McKnight, M. Teft, M. Riney, C. Norland, M. Park- er, J. Thomas, S. Hukle, B. Tarr, C. Coville, E. Stunkel, S. Senter, P. Arnold. 3rd ROW: M. Grieve, A. Thompson, C. Helferstay, C. Kincaid, M. Harvey, S. Butts, T. Flinn, D. Nelson, K. Wedel, D. Ott, P. Mor- gan, P. Cherry. 2nd ROW: N. Wells, M. Traugott, L. Bible, D. Waller, W. Spear, G. Fleming, C. Thomp- son, P. Carr, T. Steadman, D. Hess. 1st ROW: K. Layton, G. Loshesky, C. Henderson, B. Arnold, L. Dame, K. Watkins, C. Rhynard, K. Smith. : f GIRLS GLEE: TOP ROW: M. Grieve, V. Thompson, K. Layton, F. McKnight, P. Arnold, M. Tefft, M. Riney, C. Nor- land, B. Tarr, C. Coville, P. Carr, E. Stunkel, S. Senter, C. Rh Tiard, T. Steadman, D. Hess, Mr. Townsend. 3rd ROW: L. Sargeant, A. Thompson, M. Traugott, L. Bible, G. Loshesky, N. Wells, C. Henderson, C. Helferslay, C. Kincaid, P. Watkins, K. Wedel, D. Ott, P. Morgan, P. Cherry, K. Smith, S. Phillips, B. Schroeder, L. Scott. 2nd ROW: H. Thomas, L. Bales, L. Wilder, T. Blumenshine, J. Humphrey, V. Riney, S. Call, L. Hembroff, B. Morgan, M. Miller, K. Hink, J. Wright, B. Wedel, J. Hewlett,. E. Miller, S. Stagner, C. Collings, T. Gibson, C. Butts. BOTTOM ROW: D. McKnight, P. Keely, K. Kraft, K. Reder, S. Labbe, D. Kraus, D. Schuessler, G. Stunkel, C. Wharton, K. Hale, M. Morgan, B. Wade, S. Burns, M. Kerley, A. Harvey, R. Longnecker. L. Ralston, K. Garrett, D. Hamilton, B. Bradfield. BOYS GLEE: TOP ROW: D. Hargrove, B. Farber, G. Ayere, M. Smith, S. Nichols, J. Crawford, T. Flinn, D. Hukle, M. Parker. 3rd ROW: Mr. Townsend, S. Cobb, G. Barnes, P. Roney, J. Wilson, D. Nelson, M. Winn, R. Jones, R. Farber. 2nd ROW: W. Spear, C. Thompson, S. Wright, M. Harvey, S. Butts, J. Whitley, S, Hukle, J. Thomas. BOTTOM ROW: J. Baringer, D. Waller, J. Carney, K. Church, B. Arnold, L. Dame, S. Heersche, L. Parker, M. McKee. MIXED ENSEMBLE: BOTTOM ROW: N. Wells, S. Labbe, C. Wharton, G. Stunkel, S. Phil- lips, C. Norland. 2nd ROW: S. Wright, M. Miller, G. A- yers, L. Scott, M. Smith. 3rd ROW: K. Reder, J. Whit- ley, B. Morgan, S. Heersche, B. Wedel. TOP ROW: J. Bar- inger, J. Wright, S. Cobb, E. Miller, B. Farber. SAXOPHONES: 1st ROW; N. Roberts, J. Hewlett, V. Rogers, P. Carr, C. Senter. 2nd ROW: S. Sen- ter, N. Wells, C. Henderson, L. Bible, B. Tarr, S. Cobb. 1 RUMPETS; Isl ROW: C. Kincaid, K. Hale, R. Snider, P. Arnold, C. Rock. 2nd ROW: D. Nel- son, R. Klopfenstein, J. Wessels, B. Farber, P. McGuire. FLUTES: 1st ROW: M. Riney, M. Traugott, D. Ott, D. Smith, D. Smith, T. Blumenshine. 2nd ROW; D. Schuessler, T. Swart, K. Layton, G. Loshesky, T. Gibson, P. Watkins. STUDENTS WORK TOGETHER FOR FUN AND MUSICAL ENJOYMENT The Mulvane High School band is an organization that our school can be proud of. Representing the cross-section of MHS, leadership, talent, enthusiasm, and a lot of fun can be found in this fine group. This year, under the able direction of Mr. Ted Powers, the band presented a half-time show at each home foot- ball game, participated in O. U. Band Day, marched in many parades, and gave several fine concerts, often times featuring some of the individual musical talents within the band. Worl-dng very hard, the band received a 1 rating at tlie League Music Festival, and a 11+ rating at State. The lively Pep Band added to the Wildcat spirit and was much appreciated by the school. Being a member of the high school band has provided many students with opportunities and memories that will stay with us for many years to come. And how can we ev- er forget Mr. Powers ' lectures, talents, and wonderful sense of humor??? BAND OFFICERS: Mr. Powers, Band Director; Stewart Heersche, Pres. ; Matthew Smith, Vice Pres. ; Carol Collings, Sec. LOWER WOODWINDS: LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Miller, B. Wedel, M. Winn, P. Keely, M. Tefft. 2 ll asss Majorettes Trice Blumenshine and Beckie Wedel. CLARINETS: TOP ROW: T. Steadman, R. Lynch, C. Helferstay, C. Hill, S. Phillips, j. Kimble, MIDDLE ROW: G. Barnes, J. Barringer, T. Flinn, S. Wright, S. Call, L. Bales, M. Grieve. BOT- TOM ROW: M. Miller, K. Hink, C. Collings, C. Norland, F. McKnight, K. Wedel. TWIRLERS: G. Loshesky, P. Keely, K. La on. PEP BAND: TOP ROW: K. West. 5th ROW: Mr. Powers, T. Blumenshine. 4th ROW: M. Miller, K. Hink, G. Barnes. 3rd ROW: B. Farber, R. Snider, J. Wessels, C. Kincaid. 2nd ROW: C. Thompson, G. Avers, M. Smitli, B. Nye, S. Watkins. 1st ROW: S. Cobb, ' l. Bible, C. Dermey, M. Campbell, V. Rogers, K. Roberts. LOWER BRASS: STANDING: K. West, L. Scott, J. Whitley, G. Ayers, S. Heersche, D. Hukle, C. Thompson, W. Spear. SEATED: D. Waller, S. Hukle, M. Smith, S. Watkins, T. Hill, B. Nye. MULVANE MUSICIANS ARE TOPS DRUMS: B. Bergmann, G. Showalter, F. Carson, M. Campbell, R. Sumpter, C. Denney, D. Selley. STANDING: R. Cummins, M. Smith, G. Barnes, Mr. Sheldon, L Hess, S. Cobb. SITTING: K. Kraft, G. Ayers. DEBATERS SET NEW RECORDS This year ' s debate squad turned out an exceptional season in the fine tradition of MHS. Two trophies, won by Gary Ayers and Barbara Morgan for third and fourth place at Derby and Manhattan, respecitvely, set a new record for the most trophies won by a Mulvane team since 1933. The re- gional debate team, consisting of Barbara and Gary, negative; and Matthew Smith and Steve Cobb, affirmative, and Randy Cummins, alternate, placed fourth at Wichita State University. The marked im- provement resulted a great deal from the added experience of the debaters and, most of all, from the new and improved coach ' s corner which was more than adequately filled by Mr. Sheldon, the Mtilvane debate coach. The National Forensics League be- came active again this year with a new charter and superb performances by all of its members. Matthew Smith, Steve Cobb Gary Ayers, Barbara Morgan Good luck, Mr. Fairchild TTiat ' s a no-no ! Did you hear something? They let WHAT loose? Ouch! Dynamic Duo Censored ! Home on the Range Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. -- » ' -; ii -i. »Jfti j -t4, .l Ai..,i;iir-i« j !a«ut4rf4i iA4. K i ' M ' fc?ina » ERUDITE AGGLOMERATION BELLICOSE DEBACLE SOPORIFIC ENERVATE ENIGMATIC IMBROGLIO im ' EIGLED 59 GROO N m.is s E N I O R 7 A «r. Eftbtt. ' « L E T T E R M E N Steve Nichols, Co- Captain All- League Defensive Halfback James CrawfoixJ, Co-Captain All League, All- State and High School Ail-American Back Ted HiD All- League Halfback Jerry Ward All- League Offensive Tackle ' ' " W I ■ 4 Dan Brauser All- League Quarterback Raymond Sumpter Halfback BE IEy- ' JiiiL ' " j V v ' f « ?: Stewart Heersche All-League Linebacker Richard Rico Honorable Mention Defensive Halfback II 5523 5rSS JSSS. « ,. . VARSITY DEFENSE TOP ROW: Dan Brauser, Ted Hill, Jim Crawford, Steve Nichols, Richard Rico. BOTTOM ROW: Dale Hukle, Mitch McKee, Stewart Heersche, Mike Winn, Stan Riney, Jerry Ward, Randy Daily. - w- T ; V 4 U mr " " - " f. • t x ■ HF Ta mni Mar-Ks )■«■■ ■■»•■■ 44 «• •4. . ' A " l?i 2 ' 641 74 ' - 2 ■ A r .■ m L VARSITY OFFENSE TOP ROW: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Dan Brauser, Jim Crawford, Stan Riney, Stewart Heersche, Mike Winn, Steve Nichols, Ted Hill. BOTTOM ROW: Dale Hukle, Jerry Ward, Don Titus, Mitch McKee, Randy Daily. Xn. ■f . K M m ' AR ' ;TTV TOP POVV- M Hardi.on L Dame, R. Young, D. Nelson, T. Craig, T. Flinn, W. Speer, J Thomas, VARSITY, TOP 0 -M. Hardi.on, L uam Titus, S. Butts, Coach Webster. MIDDLE ROW: R. Smder, L. Lk r ' Riney, ' StLs-M. Wlni; M McKe ' e, C. Lindsay, D. Hargrove, R. Herrman DJudsUa.S Moses, C. Leferng P Roney Coach Davie. BOTTOM ROW: S. Barber, D. Hukle, D Brauser, R Sumpter, T. Hill, J. CrlXd, S. Heerlche, S.Nichols, R. Rico, .1. Ward, R. Daily, G. Crow, Coach Cavaher. G R I D I R O N C H A M P S M ' 70 WILDCATS KEEP WINNING TRADITION The preceding football squads of Mulvane have estab- lished a fine tradition in football. This tradition was once again kept intact with tlie completion of another fine foot- ball season. The record for tliis outstanding team was 8-1 and brings the win- loss record to 87 out of 98 games over the past twelve years. Undefeated League Champions, the mighty Wildcats were also rated no. 2 in Class 3- A by the Wichita Eagle. Coached by Jim Davie and assisted by Dennis Cavalier and Jerry Webster, this year was one of many fine accomp- lishments both individual and teamwise. Practices were characterized by hard-hitting enthusiasm with the games distinguished not only by Wildcat Spirit but also by a fine following of students and townspeople. Witli a seasoned line and an mideafeated B-team returning next fall, the outlook for Mulvane Football is indeed very good. B TEAM: TOP: R. Young, D. Titus, W. Speer, T. Craig, L. Parker, P. Roney, J. Stites, D. Judstra, G. Fleming, C. Levering, L. Dame, S. Butts. BOTTOM: D. Nelson, M. Lindsay, C. Lindsay, R. Herrman, L. Smith, G. Crow, S. Moses, S. Ward, D. Hargrove, J. Thomas, T. Flinn. OUTSTANDING RECORD WON 8 LOST 1 Mulvane 21 Derby 14 Mulvane 26 Harper 8 Mulvane 35 .Augusta 14 Mulvane 38 Hugoton 6 Mulvane 46 Circle 6 Mulvane 14 Valley Center Mtdvane 62 .Andover Mulvane 36 Clearwater 14 Mid vane 17 Campus 26 Jim Davie, Jerry Webster and Dennis Cavalier plan winning football strategy. 65 THIN CLADS PLACE WELL WITH YOUTHFUL TEAM After many strenuous hours of hard work, junior and sophomore cross country runners made an outstanding record at the league track meet in Augusta. The team placed second; Buz Nye, junior, placed first; and Rick Farber, junior, was third. The team, capably coached by Jim Harris, also did well in regional, plac- ing second which qualified them to enter the state competition at Wamego. Coach Harris is looking forward to a good year in 1970-71 since there were no seniors on the Cross Country- team. CROSS COUNTRY: BACK ROW: Tom Herpol- sheimer, Gary DeHaven, Rick Farber, Mike Mclnt Te, Steve Roberson. FRONT ROW: Mr. Harris, Gary Showalter, Ron Crow, Bu z Nye, Kirk Church. MULVANE ' S WINNING SEASON Mulvane 11 50 Oxford Mid vane 69 46 Derby Mulvane 50 48 Augusta Mulvane 38 48 Kingman Mulvane 64 45 Hillsboro Mulvane 85 61 Andover Mulvane 50 58 Antliony Mulvane 76 61 Valley Center Mulvane 11 74 Circle Mulvane 53 55 Valley Center Mul va ne 50 49 Peabody Mulvane 57 53 Hoisingtom Mulvane 90 71 Goddard Mul va ne 69 63 Medicine Lodge Mulvane 44 56 Augusta Mulvane 50 67 Clearwater Mulvane 75 52 Andover Mulvane 36 46 Valley Center Mulvane 46 51 Circle Mulvane 66 72 Winfield B-TEAM: S. Butts, R. Pearson, T. Craig, J. Barton, T. Flinn, G. Fleming, D. Hukle, J. Thomas, M. Parker, Coach Cavalier, M. McKee, C. Thompson, M. Winn, C. Levering, L. Parker, P. Roney, L. Dame. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM: Coach Cavalier, S. Butts, C. Thompson, G. Fleming, M. Parker, J. TTiomas, T. Flinn, T. Craig, L. Daine. , , uu»««i . Vv._ r 15 » ' aQ j E3 1 E3 i | ' !;! ' A ?4 y, WILDCATS HAVE SUCCESSFUL SEASON Mulvane finished its 2nd year under Coach Jim Harris with a 12-8 record and a 2nd place finish in league play. Mulvane won 10 out of their first 13 games before injuries and some cold shooting nights grasped the league title from their hands. The team was led by three seniors who were playing their third year of varsity ball together-- Dan Brauser who was the leading scored with 18.2 points per game, Ted Hill who quarterbacked the team and av- erged 16. 6 points per game, and Jim Crawford who was the lead- er in assists, and 2nd leading rebounder and averaged 11.1 points per game. All three of these boys were named to the .All-league team and Rick Farber was given honorable mention. Ted and Dan were also honorable mention All- State. Coach Harris is looking forward to ne xt year as he returns 7 lettermen plus some fine sophomores. DAN BRAUSER ALL LEAGUE, HONORABLE MENTION, ALL STATE JIM CRAWTORD ALL LEAGUE LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Cavalier, P. Roney, T. Craig, J. Barton, C. Levering, M. Winn, D. Brauser, T. Hill, M. Nichok, J. Crawford, D. Hukle, D. Hargrove, R. Farber, Coach Harris. TED HILL ALL LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION, ALL STATE COACH HARRIS J 1 A PROMISING TRACK SQUAD The 1970 Mulvane Track Squad showed promise of belter things to come. The squad won a number of awards and honors this year, but, more important, most squad members contri- buted to the team effort. Coaches Cavalier and Davie were pleased with the leadership and direction provided by the graduating seniors. Witli continuous improvement in desire and enthusiasm, more accomplishments are .sure to follow. This year ' s team finished third at the League Meet. .All of the bo-ys contributed to this improved finish. Two new school records were set: Buzz Nye--10:02 two mile, and Phil Roney--12 ' 4 " polevault. The squad was cap- tained by Dan Brauser. 16 lettermen will return to make next year a promising one. IN MEMORIAM The students and faculty of Mulvane High will always remember Curtis Stoffel for his quiet charm, his studiousness and his sense of humor. He was a member of the National Honor Society and was active in speech and debate. We will miss him. I REMEMBER CURTIS Perhaps I remember Curtis for die way he smiled or the quiet way he could enter a room. How do you explain a friend to others? Like a brother- yet closer. Charles McCain CURTIS STOFFEL DEBATE CLASS F O O T B A L L 1970 f »». " .--» Escort James Crawford, First Attendant Trice Blufrieiish ' ine, Escort Stewart He ' ersche, Queen Beckie Wedel, Escort Steve Nichols and Second Attendant Shelly Call. ■■»,■■ ' •. A. . S ' - ' y ' ' : V ' ■p 6 " l ■ . ;■ ' v. t 91 ' ' - ; ■ ■ ' " - ■ f. (■ ' ■SI E-4i ' " T-.. ' • » ,. ■y i.y r :-v;.u ' : ■■ ;. ' - ' ' . " ■ . ' - - ' ' . ' . ' ' - ' ■ BASKETBALL ROYALTY ■?- ' ' ■ •■•.. . - ' Hi, ' .«•, V i ' -. ■ " ' . ■:•!, ' ' ■ ' - .f. .r J- i • ,-. ' ' . ' :rf. 4 . -, ' .- - ' .V- .. ' ,,■.;,■•■;:■.•,■;■ ' -I.-, ffv. . , -•• -, ' ' .». :- ' . ,Carol Collings, Second Attendant Queen Jean Humphrey with Escort Dan V ' Tvi hEscort James Crawfpr4 I First Attendant Trudy Gibson Brauser - , , . ,,. , . with Escort Ted Hill . . , - - . i , " ... : tc ■ .-. -yiJ: :; :.;: I 9 SOPHOMORE CL- SS OFFICERS: M. Sheldon, R. Schreiner, Sponsors, L. Smith, L. Dame, C. Morland, D. Ott, F. Mclvnight, J. Fry, Sponsor, M. Traugott, L. Borgelt, Sponsor. SffilS -■ga«gj; iaMj»»Mi « , .j.» ; K C JW i« « " i - «» « s ' : n ' - Danforth A ward- - Steve Fagan and Arme Harvey Safe Driving Award- Steve Watl-dns American Legion Award-- Trice Blumenshine and Gary Ayers ' W§ M y , H H .. ' T tM ' . S r Wf ipj . Kansas State Scholarship Finalists Student Council Award Winners SENIOR AWARDS ASSEMBLY 12 Year Classmates; TOP ROW: Ted Hill, Jim Crawford, Fred Teft, Steve Cobb, Gary Ayers, Howard Humbolt, Carl Hagg. SECOND ROW: Debbie Niblack, Suzan Mor- gan, Vicky Rogers, Joyce Howlett, Kay Stanley, Jeanne Wright, Anita Price. THIRD ROW: Dan Selley, Stewart Heersche, Bob Farber, Jim Whitley, John Knight, Steve Watkins, Frank Carson. BOTTOM ROW: Diana Johnson, Sylvia Kees, Kay Buchanan, Debbie Kraus, Joan Grotlier, Brenda Melcher, Carolyn Rock. F.F.A. Award Winners Masonic Awards--P. Dorey, J. Htmiphrey, J. Wright G. Ayers, S. Cobb, M. Smith. t v ' Gary Ayers-- Valedictorian COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM Procpssional Carol Butts " Pomp ami Ciicumsiancc " by Etgar Invofation Rt-v. Giles Stagner Halls of Ky " ■Voull Never Walk Alone " ' Mixed Chorus Mixed Chorus " Alma MaliT " Mixed Chorus Presentation ol Student Speakers Charles A. Gibson Sujjerinlendeni Honor Student Bruce Bergmann Honor Student Mattht-w Smith Salutatorian Steven Cobb Valedictorian Goiy Ayers Piesentation of Class of 19t0 Pr ' sentation of Diplomas... Benediction Recessional Lyle E. Couch Print- ipal, High School ,,Rav Coleman Kev. (;iles Stagner Carol Butts Steve Cobb-- Salutatorian COMMENCEMENT 1970 TOP ROW: Ted Hill, Jerry Ward, Steve Flinn, Ken Miner, John Kelso, Jim Crawford, Richard Wharry, Bruce Bergmann, Kerry West, Fred Tefft, Lewis Sisco, Steve Cobb, Ron Jones, Larry Paxton, Gary Ayers, Robert DeCaire, Mattliew Smith. SECOND ROW: Cindy Funk, Janie TaUim, Sue Rinker, Karen Hink, Karin Kessin- ger, Jean Ann Humphrey, Joyce Hewlett, Karin Brown, Debbie McKnight, Charlene Schwab, Sharon Dable- mont, Melody Miller, Dorcas Kight, Sue L Tich, Jeanna McDonald, Kay Standley, Trice Blumenshine. THIRD ROW: Carl Ha gg, Steve Watkins, Stewart Heersche, Steve Fagan, Dan Brauser, Glenn Glennie, Dennis Clasen, Tim Sommerhauser, Jim Whitley, Howard Humbolt, Frank Carson, Steve Nichols, Bob Farber, Ed Redinger, Richard Rico. FOURTH ROW: Maria Masters, Debra Steadman, Susan Hartley, Vicki Rogers, Rita Wilson, Beckie Wedel, Becky Campbell, Suzan Morgan, Sherryl Reekie, Sandra Rikli, Veronne Riney, Shelly Call, Debbie Niblack, Joan Grother, Debbie Young, Jeanne Wright. FIFTH ROW: Pat Moses, Karla Clark, Debbie Kraus, Jerry Wilson, Dan Selley, Ray Sumpter, Tim Strobel, David Langlois, John Knight, Rick Brush, Vaughn Humbolt, Ray Langlois, Calvin Larabee, Linda Herrman, Anita Price, Teresa Swart. SIXTH ROW: Stephanie Kellough, Sheryl Pray, Brenda Melcher, Linda Darst, Debbie Burns, Anne Harvey, SyUda Kees, Barbara Myers, Trudy Gibson, Carol CoUings, Pam Henness, Kay Buchanan, L -nette Wilder, Sylvia Patton, Pam Dorey, Glenna Terrell, Diana Johnson, Carol-yoi Rock. 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Willoughby Eyler Drug Greiner Sons Garden Center Hamon ' s Department Store Hunter ' s Pharmacy Janell ' s Knit Nook Magee ' s Department Store Mulvane Pharmacy Mulvane Variety Stofe Papenhous Oil Company Payden ' s Fabrics Quality Cleaners Radco-Davis Paint Shop Well ' s Hardware i;! U tl : t3»pw»p a!»iBBgy - s gsssnsmssasBBias!;:::: Bpa qiBB w ' if 10 I ' niilcJ „J ( S I INTERNATO l.THE MINIMAX LOOK - Designer Georges Kaplan revealed this solution to ttie mini ■ maxi debate in women ' s coats. Models wear minimax coats wfiich combine features of both 2. MAY FACE COURT MARTIAL - Lt- William L. Calley Jr, (ngtit) walks witti tiis military defense counsel. Maj. Ken- neth A. Raby at Ft Benning. Georgia, Calley has been charged with the murder ol civilians during an attack on My Lai. a village in Vietnam, 3, TO BEGIN SERVICE - A Boeing 747 superiet dwarfs Boeings intercontinental 707 - once the largest jetliner in the air. The new lumbojet will be put into service in 1970. ABIAFRAN REFtJGEES - Biafran refugees are shown carry- ing children and belongings as they flee from advancing Nigertan troops 5, MOON WALK - In July, 1969. man look his greatest leap into space and walked on the surface of the moon during the Apollo 11 mission. This was followed in November by Apollo 12 and another manned lunar landing. a IT U UJ X X UJ -J 5: 81 i ' S Pj Hfl AL EVENTS i. IRISH FRONTIER SCENE - In Belfast. Northern Ireland. Bnt.sh troops were required to keep the peace as Catholic and Protestant factions clastted m riots which broke out in August. ' , U THANT PAYS RESPECTS U Thant, Secretary -General of the United Nations, stands before the casket of Dwight D. Elsenhower, lying in state under the capitol dome in Washington, i PARIS PEACE TALKS - South Vietnamese delegates sit alongside US delegates in the conference room used for the peace talks. Henry Cabot Lodge (center) replaced Aver- ell Harriman as U.S. delegation leader. 5 STRATEGIC ARMS LIMITATION TALKS BEGIN - Russian delegation (nearest camera) headed by Vladimar Semionov, faces their U S. counterparts headed by Gerard C Smith at conference table in Helsinki during their first meeting. ). ORDERS FURTHER TROOP WITHDRAWAL - President Nix- on sils at his White House desk, after appearing on 3 na- tionwide broadcast announcing withdrawal of 50.000 more troo iS from South Vietnam by April of 1970. l.DE GAULLE RESIGNS - In April General Charles de Gaulle resigned as President following the negative result of the referendum. He and Mrs. Yvonne de Gaulle are shown after attending morning mass at the church of Harricourt.
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